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Williamsburg poised to pass citywide smoking ban

If you want to light up a cigarette inside a building open to the public or a work place in Williamsburg, then you better smoke while you can.

Posted On 16 Jan 2013

Suspect in Young’s Grocery robbery caught; four others still beign sought by police

Whitley County Sheriff's deputies have arrested one person so far in connection with the Dec. 30 armed robbery of Young's Grocery.

Posted On 16 Jan 2013

Williamsburg man gets 15 years for sexually assaulting young girl

Prosecutors have recommended a 15-year prison sentence for a Williamsburg man, who is accused of sexually assaulting a girl under the age of 12 years old in 2011.

Posted On 09 Jan 2013

Williamsburg restaurant damaged by fire Thursday

A Thursday afternoon fire damaged a Williamsburg restaurant.

Posted On 04 Jan 2013

Gatliff store robbed at gunpoint; police think locals are responsible

The Whitley County Sheriff's Department is asking for the publics' help in locating three suspects who eluded deputies during the Dec. 13 early morning drug round-up "Operation Christmas Spirit."

Posted On 02 Jan 2013

First liquor license issued to Williamsburg restaurant

Hong Kong Buffet became the first restaurant in Williamsburg to receive a liquor license Thursday and it could begin selling alcohol by the drink any time.

Posted On 02 Jan 2013

County gets grant to clean up five illegal dump sites

Five Whitley County illegal dumps, including one discovered in late 2011 inside the Corbin city limits, will be cleaned up this year thanks in part to $137,777.08 in grant money from the Kentucky Pride Fund.

Posted On 02 Jan 2013

Two sought by Sheriff’s Dept. in connection with recent drug roundup

The Whitley County Sheriff's Department is asking for the publics help in locating three suspects, who eluded deputies during an early morning drug round-up on Dec. 13.

Posted On 31 Dec 2012

Williamsburg Shop-With-A-Cop helps makes Christmas brighter for 180 local children

For parents or grandparents, raising children can be a difficult and expensive thing, especially at Christmas time.

Posted On 19 Dec 2012

Gregory wins special election for 16th District State Senate seat

A Republican has held onto the seat that former Kentucky Senate President David Williams vacated earlier this fall in order to accept an appointment as a circuit judge.

Posted On 19 Dec 2012